Hi! I’m Peter Christian with KGVO Radio. I’ve been in radio since 1973, having started in Helena and moving to Missoula in 1976. I’m the anchor on the Montana Morning Show from 6 to 8:30 a.m. and then I co-host the Talk Back show with Jon King from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m. I’ve been married to Lorna for almost 38 years, and together we have our son Luke and our daughter Jenna. I’m a bit of a workaholic, so I also have a business called Peter Christian Communications, producing radio spots for stations around the country. I enjoy playing drums in our church worship band, and I’m a classic movie buff. Thanks for listening!
UM Continues Process Of Prioritizing Programs And Services
The University of Montana is making changes through a process called Academic Program and Administrative Services Prioritization (APASP). Interim President Sheila Stearns met with the media on Thursday and outlined some of the goals of the process.
Montana Morning State Headlines For Thursday, November 9
Missoula Police involved in high speed chase with intoxicated woman that extended onto Interstate 90 that ended in a crash and an arrest.
Montana Morning State Headlines For Wednesday, November 8
Republicans and Democrats react to calling of a special session to address a $227 million budget shortfall.
Lisa Triepke Falls Short In Mayoral Election
Political newcomer Lisa Triepke fell short in her effort to unseat now fourth-term Mayor John Engen on Tuesday night.
John Engen Wins Fourth Term As Missoula Mayor
For the fourth time, Missoula voters have chosen John Engen as their mayor.
Montana Morning State Headlines For Tuesday, November 7
Montana Governor Steve Bullock has called a special session of the legislature to address a $227 million budget shortfall.
After Texas Massacre Montana Churches Seek Help With Security
After the massacre of 26 people in a small church in Texas, churches in Montana are getting professional help in protecting their congregations from a similar attack.
City Seeks Comments on Low And Moderate Housing Project
The City of Missoula and Homeward are seeking public comment on a draft environmental assessment of a six-unit manufactured housing development on Montana Street being planned in conjunction with Homeward, Inc.
UM Works To Set Priorities For All Programs And Departments
The efforts by University of Montana administrators to bring the budget in line with enrollment continue with more meetings to set priorities moving forward in all programs and departments.
Montana Morning State Headlines For Monday, November 6
Wrangling over Montana's budget deficit continues as legislators suggest taking money from a prison deal.